Gwen Eudey, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org - Director
Dr. Eudey is a senior lecturer in both the Finance and Economics departments. In her role as director of the BLC, she builds on both her experience and her expertise in teaching some of the large-lecture courses that are the gateway to admissions into the business school.
Mary Clare Kull, email@example.com - LTE
Mary Clare has worked in the BLC for three years. She can answer questions about the BLC or direct you to the person who can answer your questions.
Larry Phillips, firstname.lastname@example.org - Student Hourly
Larry is a junior in the School of Business BBA program. He has worked in the BLC for two years and can answer BLC questions. Larry, Mary Clare and Judy are three staff to answer questions about using the BLC.
Michael Cronin, email@example.com - AIS 100 (Fall '11)
Michael is a graduate student in the Masters of Accountancy Program (IMAcc). He interned at Deloitte in Milwaukee last spring and most recently at SC Johnson in Racine, WI. He plans to begin his career with one of the two companies. He enjoys sports, traveling, outdoor activities, and the Badgers.
Jazar Huerta, firstname.lastname@example.org - AIS 100 (Fall '11)
Jazar Huerta graduated from Parker High School in Janesville, WI, in 2007 and received his BBA in Accounting in 2011. He will be completing his IMAcc degree May 2012 and afterwards will start as an associate for PwC in Milwaukee. His hobbies include running, soccer and martial arts.
John Shepard, email@example.com - AIS 100 (Spring '12)John is currently in his graduate year of the IMAcc program. During the Spring of 2011, John interned with Deloitte in New York, NY and will be returning there in Fall 2012 to start his career. He is from Boston, MA and is an avid sports fan. He roots for the Red Sox, Bruins, Patriots, Celtics, and of course, the Wisconsin Badgers.
Ben Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org - AIS 100 (Fall '11)
Ben Thompson is a fifth year student in the IMAcc program. He is originally from Menomonie, WI, and enjoys biking and spending time outdoors. During the Spring of 2011, he interned with PwC in Chicago with the Transaction Services group. After he graduates in May 2012, he will be joining PwC in their Audit practice in Chicago.
Daniel Day, email@example.com - AIS 100, 300 (Spring '12)
Dan is currently a 5th year student in the IMAcc Program. Dan is originally from Austin, Minnesota and has internship experiences at Kimberly-Clark Corporation and Ernst & Young. Upon graduating Dan plans to move to Minneapolis to work for Ernst & Young. In his free time Dan enjoys fishing, watching Badger and Packer games and spending time in Northern Wisconsin with his family.
Michael Kimak, firstname.lastname@example.org - AIS 211 (Fall '11)
Mike is a second-year student in the Graduate Master of Accountancy program. He is from the Chicago area and worked as a tax/customs compliance intern during summer 2011 at Shure Incorporated in Niles, Ill. Previously, he worked in the Financial Management Office for the Wisconsin School of Business. Mike will sit for the CPA exam after graduating in May. In his free time, he enjoys following sports and covering Badgers home football games for Wausau-area newspapers.
Jaclyn Burke, email@example.com - AIS 211 (Spring '12)
Jaclyn received her Bachelors of Business Administration in May 2011 with a major in accounting and risk management & insurance. She is currently in her fifth year of the Masters of Accountancy Program (IMAcc). In Fall 2012 she will begin her career in Chicago at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the tax department. She also worked on campus at the Memorial Union enjoying free music and pouring pitchers. In her free time she likes to run, watch movies, and cook.
Taylor Walls, firstname.lastname@example.org - AIS 211 (Spring '12)
Taylor is a fifth year IMAcc student. Taylor completed several internships with Deloitte, Milwaukee, including two audit internships in her senior year during her undergraduate studies. She will be returning to work full time with Deloitte in 2012.
Kyle Baker, email@example.com - AIS 300 and Gen Bus 310 ,Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance for Non Business Majors
Kyle is a second year MBA student in the Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance & Investment Banking. He received his BBA in Accounting from the University of Iowa. Prior to returning to school he spent 4 years as a Staff and Senior Accountant for Switchcraft, Inc., a Chicago based manufacturer with domestic and foreign subsidiaries. At Switchcraft, Kyle performed work in the areas of general ledger accounting, tax preparation and planning, budgeting, and forecasting. Kyle spent the past summer in Texas as an intern in AT&T's Financial Leadership Program. In this position he performed financial analysis to support AT&T Mobility's South Central Region. In his free time he enjoys golf, playing the guitar, and keeping up on current events.
Lindsay Amiel, firstname.lastname@example.org - Microeconomics 101
Lindsay Amiel is a PhD student in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics whose fields of interest include: Community Economic Development, Public Economics and the Economics of Education. She received her BS in economics and international studies from UW Madison and her MS in education from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to returning to graduate school, she taught secondary mathematics in Philadelphia. She loves to hike, bike, and read during her free time.
Michael Pistone, email@example.com - Microeconomics 101
Michael Pistone is a fifth year PhD student in the Department of Economics. His primary area of interest is Macroeconomics and he is working on research about Democracy. He received his BS in economics from Quinnipiac University where he was also a certified tutor in economics and mathematics. Michael has nine semesters experience working as a TA in the Department of Economics for Econ 101, Econ 102, Econ 302, and Econ 410, and has worked in the BLC in Fall 2010.
Bjorn Markesan, firstname.lastname@example.org - Microeconomics 101
Bjorn Markeson is a PhD student in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. After receiving he BA in Economics and Political Science from UW-Madison, Bjorn served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras for two years. After returning to the US he earned a Masters degree in Regional Planning from Cornell University where he focused on economic development planning and the links between child care and economic development. Prior to returning to the UW, Bjorn worked for First Children's Finance, a non-profit loan fund and business training center for child care providers throughout the Midwest.
Doug Bennett, email@example.com - Macroeconomics 102
Doug Bennett is a second-year MBA candidate in the Applied Security Analysis Program. Prior to his studies at the Wisconsin School of Business, Doug spent four years as an analyst with the Markets Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he supported senior staff in the implementation of U.S. monetary policy, primarily in the areas of foreign exchange market analysis and fixed income portfolio management. Doug joined the New York Fed upon graduation from Harvard College, where he studied economics and was a member of the Harvard Football Team.
Harry Michael, firstname.lastname@example.org - Macroeconomics 102
Charalambos is a 5th year PhD student in Economics and a Fulbright scholar. He comes from Cyprus and his native language is Greek. He is passionate about Cuban salsa dancing, collecting coins, travelling and trading stocks.
Andrew Fleming, email@example.com - Finance 300
Andy is a second year MBA student specializing in the Applied Security Analysis Program (ASAP). He earned a BS in Finance from Georgetown University and a JD from Marquette University Law School, where he concentrated on corporate law. After law school Andy worked for 3 years at a private investment firm in Milwaukee. This past summer, Andy interned at Heartland Advisors as an equity analyst.
Aaron Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org - Finance 300
Aaron Miller is a second-year MBA student in the Applied Securities Analysis Program (ASAP). From 2006 to 2010 before business school, he worked as a professional stock trader in Chicago and New York City. He has passed levels 1 and 2 of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a music major from Wake Forest University and has taught LSAT test preparation courses for Kaplan. He now directs his creativity towards making financial theory simple and understandable for Finance 300 students.
Brian Burrell, email@example.com - Finance 700
Brian Burrell is pursuing his MBA in UW-Madison’s Applied Security Analysis Program. After graduating from Reed College with a degree in Economics, Brian pursued a career in business journalism in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. As an editor for a local publication, Brian focused on the development of modern trade in the fast growing African nation.
Marjorie Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org - Business Statistics 303
Marjorie Scott is pursuing an MBA in the A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research at the Wisconsin School of Business. She graduated from Pitzer College in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Theatre. Afterwards, she relocated to Washington DC to continue her educational pursuits at Howard University and completed her Master’s in Social Psychology. During this time she worked for Howard University as a research and teaching assistant in Research Methods & Statistics II and Experimental Psychology to undergraduate students. Furthermore, she participated in design, execution, analysis and evaluation of six research projects. These experiences engendered a passion for understanding consumer needs through research.